The Right to Hunt and Fish
In Nebraska and Wyoming, two states where hunting and fishing seem like second nature, voters officially had the chance in this election to establish their right to hunt and fish.
In 2010, Arizona, Arkansas, South Carolina and Tennessee all had similar measures on their ballots. All states passed the right to amend their states' constitutions to allow the right to hunting and fishing, except Arizona.
Idaho is also considering a similar initiative this year. The Idaho Fish and Game Commission have opposed lawmakers' efforts to make hunting, fishing and trapping a constitutional right for more than 10 years. However this year, Twin Falls Republican Sen. Lee Heider was finally successful in getting the issue on the ballot, asking Idaho voters to add language saying "the rights to hunt, fish and trap … shall forever be preserved" to the state constitution.